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In 1990, the late Lyle L. Krueger '64 MBA'97, a former member of the Lakeland College Board of Trustees, and his wife the former Kay Walkenhorst '65, endowed the Krueger Fine Arts Series, the annual lineup of fine arts events held at Lakeland's Bradley Fine Arts Building. Lyle and Kay were both accomplished actors during their time at Lakeland and ardent supporters of the theatre.
Every year, the KFAS lineup gives Lakeland students an opportunity to experience live fine arts performances, a compliment to the education they are receiving in Lakeland's classrooms. Lakeland students need to earn convocation credits as part of their graduation requirements, and each of these performances counts as a convocation credit.
Lakeland's 2012-13 Krueger Fine Arts Series lineup offers a little something for everyone.
Performances are held in the Bradley Theatre on the Lakeland campus and begin at 7:30 p.m. Seating is reserved, and tickets can be ordered by contacting Deb Fale at (920) 565-1536 or email@example.com. Individual performance tickets are $15 for adults, and $5 for non-Lakeland students.
For a schedule of all Lakeland College fine arts events, visit lakeland.edu/perform.
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